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Convenient access to public transportation including Light Rail and bus transit. Walk 1 block to the R Street light rail stop, and you can be at the Golden 1 Center within 4 stops. Sacramento's Light Rail offers convenient transit throughout Sacramento County, allowing employees in Folsom and Elk Grove to easily commute to your office. Click to learn more about SacRT.
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At 2.9 spaces per 1,000 square feet, The Cannery's parking availability is unmatched in the central city. The campus offers covered, underground and structured parking options for your convenience and safety.
Beginning in 2018, The Cannery will host one of Sacramento's first bike sharing stations.
Bike share is a membership program where anyone can pick up a bike from The Cannery and return it to one of 88 other stations in Sacramento, West Sacramento and Davis.
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These beams aren’t just for show. Like many of the Central Valley historic buildings, the Cannery boasts an agricultural heritage thanks to the region’s natural bounty and central location to California’s population centers.
The Libby, McNeil and Libby Fruit and Vegetable Cannery was built in 1912. At the time, these nine original brick structures cost $1 million to built total. Libby chose the location due to its strategic access to two separate railways, including the rail line that formerly ran through R Street in Sacramento.
Libby operated at The Cannery for nearly 70 years before shuttering its operation in the late 1980’s. The building’s new owners, who purchased the property for $2.5 million, saw the immense potential for office space in the State’s Capitol. It turns out they were right, because just five years later, the redevelopment was valued at $30 million.
Now owned by renowned Sacramento-based property developers Fulcrum Property, the rustic beauty and industrial heritage of The Cannery shines. The buildings are home to some of the region’s most innovative and disruptive firms like The Urban Hive, SupportPay and UC Davis Health.